The Colossi of Memnon, two massive stone statues of the Pharaoh Amenhotep III, who reigned in Egypt during the 18th dynasty. They are stand in Thebes (modern Luxor). Memnon was a hero of the Trojan War, Memnon was said to be the son of Eos, the goddess of dawn. The best-known legend about the Colossi […]

It’s a tomb number 66. It’s known as the golden burial chamber because its decoration painted in yellow and gold. It was discovered by Ernesto in 1904. The condition of the tomb goes bad because the tomb is carved at the lower area of the cliff where the quality of the rock is is very […]

It’s a tomb number 34 K.V. its entrance from the north and gives access to descending stairs leading to the 1st corridor which followed by side rooms known as staircase room and it was divided by a staircase in the middle, which descended to the 2nd corridor. This corridor ends with a well chamber, beyond […]

It’s tomb number 62 K.V. it was discovered by Carter in 1922. The tomb is still intact and the most of its objects made out of gold but the tomb was unfinished because the sudden death of the king at age of 18 years old. The tomb consisted of a corridor and 4 rooms. It’s […]

It’s the largest religious building ever constructed covering about 200 acres, and was a place of pilgrimage. It lies on the eastern bank of the Nile at Luxor. It was a cult temple dedicated to the Theban triad Amon, Mut and Khonso. The name Karnak means the Fortified Village Original names: pr imn “the house […]

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